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PrettyWreck Cosplay – Featured Cosplayer Interview

PrettyWreck Cosplay

PrettyWreck Cosplay as Ms. Marvel (Photo by Kouki-li cosplay and photography)

There are many talented models and performers who bring their love & enthusiasm to dressing up as their favorite characters. Comic Book Critic will occasionally showcase a performer who embodies this spirit of cosplaying.

Whether it’s creating the costume from scratch, altering the appearance of an existing one, or just getting into character, these performers spend a lot of time and effort on their craft. As much as we all enjoy seeing our favorite fictional characters represented in real life, let’s not forget the behind-the-scenes work that goes into that portrayal.

One thing is for certain though, their love of cosplaying shines through in their work.

The Comic Book Critic Featured Cosplayer Interview is:

PrettyWreck Cosplay from London, Ontario

PrettyWreck Cosplay as Poison Ivy

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Manda Cowled – Featured Cosplayer Interview

Manda Cowled

Manda Cowled as Velma

There are many talented models and performers who bring their love & enthusiasm to dressing up as their favorite characters. Comic Book Critic will occasionally showcase a performer who embodies this spirit of cosplaying.

Whether it’s creating the costume from scratch, altering the appearance of an existing one, or just getting into character, these performers spend a lot of time and effort on their craft. As much as we all enjoy seeing our favorite fictional characters represented in real life, let’s not forget the behind-the-scenes work that goes into that portrayal.

One thing is for certain though, their love of cosplaying shines through in their work.

The Comic Book Critic Featured Cosplayer Interview is:

Manda Cowled From Toronto, Canada

Manda Cowled as Harley Quinn

One of the founding member of The Geekettes, Manda Cosplay has only been dressing up as her favorite characters for a short time, but she has amassed a more complete repertoire of costumes than many of her peers. Although she’s had help creating a lot of her costumes, once she puts them on, she truly becomes the character. Manda also does a spot-on Harley Quinn voice! If you have any doubts, just check out this video.

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Marvel Announces Death of Wolverine Canada Variants

Marvel Reveals Canada Themed Variants for
DEATH OF WOLVERINE!

Death of Wolverine #4 Canada Variant

Marvel Comics has announced that all four issues of Death of Wolverine in September will each have a Canada themed variant for The Great White North’s favorite son.

 

Press Release

He is many things to many people. Hero. Teacher. Friend. X-Man. Avenger. But above all else, he is one – Canadian! Today, Marvel is proud to unveil “Canada Variants” for all four issues of the highly-anticipated DEATH OF WOLVERINE series!

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Ashe Rogue – Featured Cosplayer Interview

Ashe Rogue

Ashe Rogue as Poison Ivy designed by NoFlutter (Photo by Angel Lau)

There are many talented models and performers who bring their love & enthusiasm to dressing up as their favorite characters. Comic Book Critic will occasionally showcase a performer who embodies this spirit of cosplaying.

Whether it’s creating the costume from scratch, altering the appearance of an existing one, or just getting into character, these performers spend a lot of time and effort on their craft. As much as we all enjoy seeing our favorite fictional characters represented in real life, let’s not forget the behind-the-scenes work that goes into that portrayal.

One thing is for certain though, their love of cosplaying shines through in their work.

The Comic Book Critic Featured Cosplayer Interview is:

Ashe Rogue From Toronto, Canada

Ashe Rogue as Supergirl (Photo by Angel Lau)

Ashe Rogue is a self described geek at heart who began cosplaying back in 2006; She’s a dancer, musician, cosplayer, gamer, artist, & costume maker among many other things.

Ashe has cosplayed many characters over the years and no matter who she’s portraying, she always manages to look great in each role. As a founding member of The Geekettes, she and her friends keep busy with their craft year round. We were lucky enough to catch up to Ashe when she had some free time to do an interview.

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Lossien – Featured Cosplayer Interview

Lossien

Lossien as Harley Quinn (Photo by Amaleigh Photography)

There are many talented models and performers who bring their love & enthusiasm to dressing up as their favorite characters. Comic Book Critic will regularly showcase a performer who embodies this spirit of cosplaying.

Whether it’s creating the costume from scratch, altering the appearance of an existing one, or just getting into character, these performers spend a lot of time and effort on their craft. As much as we all enjoy seeing our favorite fictional characters represented in real life, let’s not forget the behind-the-scenes work that goes into that portrayal.

One thing is for certain though, their love of cosplaying shines through in their work.

The Comic Book Critic Featured Cosplayer Interview this week is:

Lossien from Southern Ontario, Canada

Lossien as Zatanna (Photo by EvieEvangelion )

Having started in high school, Lossien has been honing her costuming and cosplaying talents for several years. Not only is she a GeekxGirl, she’s also been winning awards for her excellent costuming since 2008! And her work is only getting better as time progresses.

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Olivia Ward of Olivia’s Atelier – Featured Cosplayer Interview

Olivia Ward of Olivia’s Atelier

Olivia Ward as Batgirl (Photo by JJAB Productions)

There are many talented models and performers who bring their love & enthusiasm to dressing up as their favorite characters. Comic Book Critic will regularly showcase a performer who embodies this spirit of cosplaying.

Whether it’s creating the costume from scratch, altering the appearance of an existing one, or just getting into character, these performers spend a lot of time and effort on their craft. As much as we all enjoy seeing our favorite fictional characters represented in real life, let’s not forget the behind-the-scenes work that goes into that portrayal.

One thing is for certain though, their love of cosplaying shines through in their work.

The Comic Book Critic Featured Cosplayer Interview this week is:

Olivia Ward of Olivia’s Atelier from Toronto, Canada

Olivia Ward as Black Lantern Ice (Photo by Kevin Chan/SolarTempest)

Hailing from Toronto, Canada, Olivia Ward of Olivia’s Atelier began cosplaying almost 10 years ago, and in that time, she has amassed an extensive catalogue of costumes. Her influences span several genres from comic books to video games to anime and more. Olivia’s love of costuming and cosplaying is really apparent in all of her work as well.

Recently she gave us an interview that gives us a look behind the scenes of her work and the experiences she’s had with costuming and cosplaying in general.

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The Beguiling Opens Little Island Comics – A Comics Shop… FOR KIDS!

Canadian comic book store, The Beguiling, quietly announced that they were opening Little Island Comics, the first kid-oriented comic shop in North America. The Beguiling, celebrating their 25th anniversary in 2012, stated that Little Island Comics would serve “all of your kids comic book and graphic novel needs. It will also feature a huge slate …

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